Engineers develop robot to automatically inspect heat exchangers
A Mizzou Engineering team is designing a robot that can automatically inspect heat exchangers, which are critical to generating electricity.
Personal health trackers may include smart face mask, other wearables
Zheng Yan, an assistant professor of biomedical, biological and chemical engineering recently published two studies demonstrating different ways to improve wearable bioelectronic devices.
Mizzou collaboration leads to national award
The Missouri Center for Transportation Innovation (MCTI) received a High Value Research award for its Pollinator Habitat Project from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.
STEM Cubs branches out
STEM Cubs, MU’s popular science, technology, engineering and mathematics day camp, is back. The program recently expanded to include middle schoolers, and nearly 80 students attended last weekend's sessions.
Cracking the code: Engineering team devises improved way to predict cracks
Cracks can cause serious problems on roads and bridges, as they compromise the strength and soundness of a structure. A Mizzou…
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Chair to give plenary talk
The chair of electrical engineering and computer science at Mizzou Engineering is scheduled to give a plenary talk during a workshop in Lugano, Switzerland, next week. Syed “Kamrul” Islam will present work…
150 Years of Leadership: Michael Melton
Michael Melton, Esquire, is often asked whether he ever uses his bachelor’s degree in engineering. After all, he’s had an extraordinary career as a businessman, having started his own company after working for years as a patent attorney. Melton (BS EE ’81, JD ’84) is Founder and President of MEM Enterprises Group which owns, operates…
Limitless in Seattle
Reegan Spicer, a Mizzou industrial engineering student, traveled to the IISE Annual Conference in Seattle to explore career paths and enhance her engineering knowledge.
150 Years of Mizzou Engineering: 1936-1945
Our series on the history of the College picks up in the mid-1930s.
Torq’N Tigers finish second at ASABE Quarter Scale Tractor Competition
Mizzou's Torq’N Tigers team earned second place honors at the ASABE International Quarter-Scale Tractor Student Design Competition